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. jeanine della vega is at the airport with how this scary situation ended. >>> into the early morning hours, it was 1st street and may tricks boulevard, and you can see this whole area used to be by police. there you see that new york pd pizza and because of what was inside that car, they advice them to evacuate because of that possible threat police detonated what was termed to be a pipe bomb at 1:00 a.m. this morning. police pulled over a van on a routine traffic stop. they determined that and then the bomb unit came to handle the situation. they immediately told businesses to leave. >> cops started to evacuate everything. >> i mean the bombs, you got to get out of there. >> reporter: tell us highway 101 was the shut down away from those businesses. police have die identified them and we are unsure if he is in the south bay and he is in custody for being in possession of an explosion sufficient device. jeanine della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> according to the san francisco chronicle, they report that the group, women for accountability made lead the effort to take out sheriff r
are driving just try to avoid this area. we have joan mean della vague gash jeanine della vega in our next report. >>> and a man who killed a police officer will stand trial. he is accused of shooting an officer after a bank robbery and chase last november. smith has offered a not guilty plea and if he is found guilty he could get up to life in prison. >>> and later a teen accused of killing a baby will stand trial. he and another teen fired several shots as a family of four was leaving a baby shower in june of last year. 3 month old isaac garcia was killed. they thought the baby's parents were somebody else. they say a jury will probably be picked by the end of the year with opening statements in january. >>> they are pushing to avoid the so called fiscal cliff looming at the end of the year. all week long they have meetings with small business leaders and on friday, the president will visit a toy track are you in virginia -- toy factory in virginia. he will continue to push tax cuts for middle income americans and letting them expire for people who make more than $250,000 a year. they co
of different races that will be interesting to watch. jeanine della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> and you can also go to our channel 2 website, you can find state by state break downs of what is at stake. >>> san jose police are investigating an overnight house fire. they say a man who lived there set the fire just before 3:00 this morning. nobody was hurt and officers did take the man into custody. officer say they believe mental illness played a role in that. >>> it happened shortly after 5:00 last night. police say he was driving when he crashed into another car that was not involved in the pursuit. the officer is expected to be okay. police say the driver got away. outrage is growing after he was -- there was a sexual abuse by two teachers. she told the school district and former administrations claiming they failed to stop the abuse but they responded to her lawsuit by calling her negligent and careless. it calls on them to prove that the woman's claims are wrong. >>> they spent a lot of money on the parade but the benefits far outweigh the costs. they spend about $25,0
in san jose. jeanine della vega joins us live to let us know about the situation, good afternoon. >> reporter: police have this whole area roped off and this whole happened by this jewelry store and right now officers are talking to employees to try to piece together what happened. we know two armed men are on the run. let's go to some video we have from news chopper 2. this all started at about 10:10 this morning. police tell us two men entered this jewelry store and they did have a gun with them and the store clerk inside had a gun and fired back at the suspects and it is unknown if he hit one of them. those robbers ended up running out of the store and it's unclear whether there was a getaway car and they did not tell us whether they got away with any items inside the store and this is what they had to say. >> we have officers looking for witnesses and others are searching for video and this could possibly help in this investigation and we have officers canvassing the area looking for possible suspects. >>> now we are told by police that apparently the clerk said that the two
are searching for a man who reportedly entered a young woman's apartment early this morning. jeanine della vega is talking about a very frightening experience, jeanine? >> reporter: police have this area blocked off, that is downtown palo alto and they are inside investigating as to how a male intruder got into one of the apartments here. police got the call and she said she woke up and found a manwareing - man wearing dark clothing and she started screaming. police brought in a canine to search the area but they did not find the man. police are looking into the possibility that she may have been sexually assaulted. >> we are trying to get as much information from her as we can and talking to neighbors and she is being very thorough. >> reporter: at this point we don't know how the intruder entered the apartment or if he took anything, and while police are alerting neighbors, they are planning on alerting everybody as to what happened. they are trying to get a more detailed suspect description because at this point, his race is unknown, able and what he looks like and all that is told was he is
off cyber monday. jeanine della vega is there to tell us about those tells being offered online today. jeanine? >> reporter: they started offering discounts last week to get a jump but there are still plenty of deals here, these diamond earrings have gone down to $389 and now they are on sale for 169 bucks. many people are head back to work and they are expected to spend some of the time in their offices buying. retailers are offering everything from electronics to clothes to toys. and according to research firm, calm score they are expected to spend $1.5 billion last year but since black friday was so successful they are wondering if cyber monday will be just as strong. >> i mean the crowds were extraordinary and now we'll see how much we've got left over for the cyber monday stuff. >> reporter: analysts will be praying on people who use mow pill devices as well as smart phones and outdated web browsers without the latest security software. they should only go to reputable sites and avoid using your debit card, jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> for cyber monday cha
are hoping to get new information. jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> well, inches of rain will be rolling in tomorrow and what is said to be the season's biggest storm so far, alex savage joins us with all of the preparations, alex? >> reporter: well, before the rain arrives, a lot of people will be stopping by this san rafael fire station to fill up their sandbags in preparation for the flooding to deal with all of that water which will certainly be an issue for homeowners. the north bay will be hit hard and of course nobody wants to be caught off guard. at san rafael public works, they have moved sand into various neighborhoods and sand bags will be ready to go as heavy rain moves in. it is expected to be the heaviest and the rain will be most intense in the north bay with several inches expected to come down. crews in this area have been checking the pumps, checking the drains and checking to see if they are ready for that rain. those downed power lines as well, those sandbags will come in handy for a lot of homeowners. >> it is easier to do it in advance of the storm i
from union city, jeanine della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> tara moriarty joins us live with talking with police and the warning for other resident -- residents in the city, good morning tara. >> reporter: police have not found any suspects but they do have leads they are following up on. meanwhile members of the homeless committee are on edge after one of their own was violently killed and so far no witnesses have come forward. police say 24-year-old mckayla had recently become homeless after not taking a -- after dropping out of a drug program. investigators say she was stabbed several times with some type of blade edged instrument and she was most likely killed where she was found. >> people who are homeless should stay vigilant and be extra careful and i would make that recommendation at any time. we don't have anything that is pointing to anything but an isolated incident right now. >> now we found some pictures of her on my space. she came here at the beginning of october and left a victory outreach home on october 11 with a man she met and again police have spoken
as the morning continues on. jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> another attack in afghanistan. authorities say the man was wearing an afghan uniform when he shot and killed a british soldiers. at least 60 soldiers have been killed in 45 insider attacks. the attacks have raised questions about how they can take over security of their own country by 2014. >>> more circumstances are coming to light after general david petraeus resigned from his job. there are questions about the timeline in the investigation of his job, jacqueline? >> reporter: lawmakers want to know who knew what and when about the affair. another woman received threatening e-mails from general david petraeus' so called mistress. he stepped down admitting to the extramarital affair. the house committee was not informed until friday. >> are you going to investigate why the fbi did not know the few you before? >> yes, absolutely. i mean this is something that could have had an affect on national security and i think we should have been told. >> reporter: the general's communications was never compromised and he wa
against a man accused of killing and kidnapping teen sierra lemar. jeanine della vega live in morgan hill tells us what antolin garcia-torres is facing now, good morning, jeanine. >> reporter: they have confirmed antolin garcia-torres is facing three attempted kidnapping charges, three attempted carjackings at the safe ways here in morgan hill. i spoke to a group from safe way off camera and they tell me they have never forgotten about these attacks and this latest news comes after missing sierra lemar, police were able to gather evidence and link him to a string of assaults on went back in march of 2009. now in each of those incidents, the women were followed to their cars in the parking lot and then assaulted. in one incident, a knife was used and in another, he used a stungun while hitting her. antolin garcia-torres was a former employee of the safe way and this is how customers reacted. >>> this is where he works and for everybody else to know him around this area and for him to start doing something like that, you know, it is very, very bad and i just feel he should you know have not
. jeanine della vega, you just got an update from police, what are they saying? >> reporter: they will be following up and debriefing this man who is responsible for this bomb and it is all happening on 1st street. you can see all of these nearby businesses and this gas steaks but right across the street from the gas station is these sandbags that you see pileup and because that gas station is nearby they wanted to take that a safe distance away. that sound was a bombing detonated earlier this morning and this all started at 9:00 last night. officers stopped the van on a routine traffic stop and they determined the driver of that van was under the influence and that prompted officers to search the vehicle and they searched the vehicle with a pipe bomb 10 inches long. they told businesses what was going on. some chose to evacuate and that's when the bomb squad moved in. >> since it was near local businesses, bomb squad came in, they used a robot and built a barrier around it with sandbags and disrupted it at that point. >> reporter: the robot detonated it at 1:00 a.m. this m
from their investigation and i am planning on reporting live jeanine della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> protesting proposed tuition hikes. students planned a rally later today outside the california regents. >> it includes 6% tuition increases for the next four years. >> he called on the recent gents to save. >>> well the job market may be getting better for many college grads but apparently not for those with advanced degrees. coming up at 5:45 we will tell you why many may have a tough time finding a job when they graduate. >>> crab season officially got underway at midnight. the crabs will start arriving in hoe call markets. they will be a little more expensive, sell $6 per pound. >> melted butter, just drizzling over. sal is busy, he is keep end an eye on our east area. >>> right now if you want to get yourself a nice commute traffic is moving along nicely through there. no major problems westbound 580, caster valley is a nice looking drive all the way to 880 and it looks nice on 280 if you are driving up to the san jose region, 880 and 101 is doing nicely, let's go to ste
more people to shop here. jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a man is facing charges, police say he threaten add flight crew on the plane and would not turn off his cell phone. it happened on a spirit air flight heading to fort lauderdale florida. 30-year-old samuel was asked repeatedly turn off your cell phone but he would not do it and thenned crew members. >> i was there for two hours, you have to watch what you say now days. -- now a days. he has been charged with making a terrorist lit it. time is running out for that are them to complete, coming up on 711, we tell you how many are at risk of not getting their diplomas on time. >>> many for driving under the influence had not had anything to drink instead they are having an inability to safely navigate on the roads. several tested positive for prescription and illegal drugs and they have been told to be more disscripttive if they suspect problems with drivers. it should be making it easier for prosecutors to track the problem. >>> they are following up on the cal train problem. >> that's right, dave, maureen, it
in gilroy, jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a protest is over this morning, a small group of protesters exited the hall last night. the students had chained themselves to doors on the 6thth floor so police could not get in without hurting them. protesters had to occupy the building so school administrators could hear they needed more funding for minority programs. >> it is missing on this campus and it had to come to this. >> the protesters spent nearly six hours inside the hall and came out after school administrators promised not to punish them. it is now empty and set to be refurbished in the spring. >>> two people were seen running from the fire and about an hour later, a second fire was set in another trash can on west 20th street near a van causing some damage. nobody was hurt but arson was suspected in a concord home on saturday. >>> only on 2, ktvu's exclusive interview with chris moore police chief, what moore says the next police chief will somebody be somebody outside their area. >>> and he is appearing on the hall of fame ballot today along with others. y
the polls will remain open until 8:00 p.m. tonight. jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news o-- ktvu channel 2 news. >>> they have 32 restrictions and political contributions by payroll deductions and prop 33 would allow them to set prices based on auto insurance coverage and prop 35 increases prison sentences from human trafficking convictionings and a yes-vote on prop 37 will require labeling of food with genetic material and prop 838 is the dueling initiative of 30, and it will increase personal income tax rates to raise billions for education childcare and preschool. and one of the main architects, governor brown voted yes on prop 30 and they will tell us about the last minute push to get the measure passed. good morning, alex. >> the governor warned about severe cuts to public education as he came here in the oakland hills to cast his ballot just a few hours ago. meantime penns of prop -- proponents of prop 30 think it will fail. >> reporter: he walked in aroundp 30 -- 7:30 this morning and he spent a few minutes filling out his ballot and laid out information on prop 30.
on. reporting live jean mean della -- jeanine della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a 14-year-old girl was killed on her way to school. it happened as they made the turn. the 14-year-old girl was wearing a helmet. the driver of the truck stopped and is not suspected of any wrongdoing. >> the gentleman who had been driving the vehicle had actually been involved in the accident was very distraught, had come back, he is parked right down the street here. >> authorities have not released the girl's name but we learned she was a freshman and the school will hold a moment of silence this morning. >>> later this morning a man accused of killing officer -- an officer. if found guilty he could face life in prison or the death penalty. >>> the man accused of killing a baby is scheduled to get underway this morning. 17-year-old fired multiple times leaving a baby shower. three month old isaac was shot in the head. they mistook the parents for gang members and a jury will most likely be selected during the end of the year. >>> and eucalyptus oil forced many to evacuate a gym after many co
as well. >>> they are trying to help out storm victims. jeanine della vega is live in san jose with details, jeanine? >> reporter: during the next 30 minutes, a man from morgan hill is there to help victims. his name is mow and they are heading to the east coast. so far 47 people from the bay area and santa cruz can't ters have left to provide help. we will have some fixtures and with the -- pictures and with the widespread flooding the shelter are being run by the red cross. after seeing pictures of this devastation, he is eager to help these victims. >> it is she regard to see it, your heart does out to people who are involved. >> besides that people are asking if they can donate blood and while donations are up 2 5% in the bay area red cross is still encouraging people to give blood. back out here live, i just got off the phone with a red cross volunteer who is currently in new jersey at a shelter and she was able to tell me with last night being halloween, the kids at the shelter were still able to join it and they were able to take their minds off is the devastation even i
any of the nearby businesses here. jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> a woman's group is preparing to launch an effort to take out sheriff ross mirkarimi. they do not want a sheriff who has been convicted of domestic violence. they are targeting supervisor christine who voted to reinstate him and she lost her bid for the san francisco supervisors. >>> we don't know not what is next for mitt romney. he returned on tuesday to watch the election results. he said win or lose he wanted to spend time with his family and mitt romney advisers say he is not talking about what will happen next but he is not likely to disappear from politics. >>> a big shake up during his second term at the white house and they are reportedly planning their xs. >>> more misery, people are still trying to recover as they are hit with another winter storm. and now people are dealing with freezing temperatures and still the power is out for many, good morning, emily. >>> hello, pam, after this neighborhood sustained a terrible first punch, there was an eight foot storm surge that came in and
the marine corp's birthday. we hope to find out more as the morning goes on, jeanine della vega, khou channel 11 news. >>> we have learned more about a scandal involving general david petraeus which now involves yet another high ranking official. general john allan, the top commander is now under investigation for reportedly exchanging inappropriate e- mails with a woman linked to the general david petraeus scandal. the defense department official said there are 20,000 pages of e-mails between them. they didn't say if they were sexual in nature. now overnight a spokesperson for the defense secretary, leon panetta said general allan had done nothing wrong. >> the secretary directed that the matter be directed to the department of defense for investigation and it is now in the hands of the inspector general. >> general allan right now is in washington d.c. and was supposed to appear to be at a hearing for the commander forces that hearing has now been on hold. it is the latest fall out stemming from our ktvu investigation which uncovered questionable spending here is more. good morning allie. >
. jeanine della vega is live where the soldier's family lives and tell us what led up to the shooting. >> reporter: public records show that the marine and his family lives here and we have been unable to contact the family inside but we do know his father drove to palm springs to get answers from police and talk to the marines. this is marine corpel the second. he had a confrontation with police and they heard yelling coming from a parking jar wrong and they say the two men were making der rogatory comment and he hit one of the officers while they were firing for their safety. the passenger was uninjured and both officers are on paid administrative leave. his son was based out of camp pendleton and he was about to finish his four-year enlistment in a couple of months. the records show where they live and there is an american flag as well as patriotic stickers. again we are in an effort to contact the family inside to ask them where he went to school and their feelings about this whole incident. jeanine della vague a cnbc. it now involves another top ranking official. general john all
are connected. jeanine della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> palestinians in gaza fired a rocket. reportedly the rocket did not reach the city and authorities are trying to determine where exactly it did hit. it is the second time it was aimed at jerusalem which is 50 miles from gaza. now this comes as secretary of state hillary rodham clinton is on her way to meet with the israeli prime minister. clinton was in cambodia meeting there with asian leaders but with the escalating problems in the middle east he sent hillary rodham clinton. she is also scheduled to meet with egyptian leaders in cairo and the west bank. now coming up one sign israel may be willing to give diplomats some time to work out a cease-fire agreement. >>> now police say this is a man from san jose. police say he was visiting an a acquaintance when he allegedly a sexually assaulted her. another man was arrested for kidnapping and raping a 33-year- old woman. if you have any information contact police. >>> san francisco supervisors will take a vote on banning public knew thety across the citiment they are about
and we'll see people rolling things in n-next hour, jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> the annual 5k and 10k turkey shot trot and san francisco will hold theirs in 18 point park. and it will benefit the track teams. and the first call came in near san jose. and we are trying to find the out about it but the cause of that fire is still under investigation. >>> and in palo alto, they are asking for the public's help. they responded to a call about shots fired. he sought treatment in an area pop the. he is a 28-year-old anybody with information on the shirks with the shooting. >>> a man died. he was outlooking to his missing cat behind the shopping center when he fell down the 100-foot cliff into the water. alameda sheriff's divers came looking for him but it was too late and they found him bean neath the service of the -- surface of the water. now the owners of that choir want to see if anything like this can be up inhibited again. sewerage spilled along the great highway early wednesday morning. contaminated water flooded parts of the beach including the parking are
debit cards because it gives thieves direct access into your cats. jeanine della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> national retail federation said shoppers made 247 million visits to websites stores and spent $243 million. that shopping started on thanksgiving and one retail tracking company said retail sales dropped because they were not open at least part of the day on thanksgiving. >>> more than a dozen people were rushed to the hospital after a carbon-monoxide scare. here is more on what happened and more details on what pg&e found out, good morning, alex. >> reporter: well the source of leak remains unclear this morning. they were exposed to carbon- monoxide here in san francisco and i just checked in with somebody from the san francisco fire department and he says there is no update on their current conditions. firefighters were called out last night and in all 14 people had to be transferred to the hospital. those patients had carbon- monoxide in their bloodstream and pg&e representatives were not able to find out where the gas was actually coming from. in the meantime sev
. jeanine della vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> police are investigating this as arson. a trash can was set on fire in front of the antioch library and two people reportedly ran from the scene. about an hour later a second fire was started in another trash can and it spread to a van and there was some damage reported but luckily nobody was hurt in either fire. arson was suspected in an unrelate pore much fire. -- pore much fire. >>> they were chained to the building at usc berkeley. they left after school officials agreed to not punch accomplish them. they were locked inside for nearly several hours. they told the the university they need to recrude and have more minorities. -- recruit and have more minorities. they say the hall is empty and set to be demolished as part of a renovation of the plaza. >>> they are talking about police chief chris moore. moore explains what would have stopped him from stepping down,. >>> tara, what do you know? >>> this storm has caused delays for up to four hours. the wet weather and winds are creating problems for flights so definitely call ahead thi
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